Mahul poses a dystopian and disturbing picture of what happens when you’re forced to live amidst extreme pollution. It’s a story that can only end in death, unless residents somehow scrape together the resources to leave.
Growing up in the 1960s and '70s, Steven B. Smith couldn't wait to escape the small, nearly all-Mormon town of Springville, Utah. In those Cold War years, many Mormons believed the apocalypse was imminent, in the form of a nuclear holocaust.
Over the past three years, hundreds of schools have closed across Puerto Rico. Their ruins are among the most visible evidence of the island’s vicious circle of poor governance, neglect by Washington and environmental catastrophe.
Coney island isn't only Wonder Wheel and burger shops. It is also and before New York's beach where all communities from Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens are merging during summers to escape the heat.
The view of the Manhattan Bridge from Dumbo has become so Instagram-famous that it has entered the realm of the Eiffel Tower and latte foam: People take pictures of it because people take pictures of it.
Every year, London's Natural History Museum collects the best wildlife photography from around the globe for its Wildlife Photographer of the year. Previous years' competitions have featured some spectacular shots, and 2019's contest is no exception.
Once upon a time it saw better days, but in spite of it all Gold Point remains not only standing, but open for business. Ladies ‘n gents, we present to you one rare gem of the wild, wild west: a rentable ghost town.
By photographing two separate nighttime scenes, one in the northern hemisphere and the other in the southern hemisphere, amateur astrophotographer Maroun Habib cleverly produced this dazzling image of the complete galactic plane visible from Earth.
In 1974, a Dutch photographer set out to capture what the Netherlands really looked like, beyond windmills and tulips. 43 years later, photographer Cleo Wächter retraces the project to see what’s changed.